Art Hotel Navigli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... lives in Milano. Una visita molto piacevole!
With perfect weather(warmer than usual temperatures) the Piazza del Duomo is filled with people, kids, and pigeons fluttering by. Even with the piazza brimming with people, the Cathedral is center ...
... was "Hotel Bernina"
This is a simple hotel, with simple rooms, with a simple breakfast, that will do job.
If you want a pool, a breakfast with 3 miles and a runaway to put the car...this is not what you are looking for.
to be continued...
Domenica, 18 Ottobre
Katya and her son Amir picked me up at 8:30, and we spent the next three hours driving through the rain to Milano, praying that it would let up by the time we got there. Luckily, it did. We were also hoping that the threat of rain might discourage too many people from coming that day. It did not.
Things about the 2015 Milano Exposition:
+ It's the first exhibition since the ...
... up his teammates trash from our bus on his way out, Max holding the door open so people could enter, Michael giving his towel away during a rain storm to a few Italian girls so they wouldnt get wet (he got it back after the rain stopped), Sean picking up trash from the path on the street we were walking on, as well as all of the boys picking up their trays after lunch at the World finals while the other teams left their trays.
Bergamo was amazing. The views were breathtaking ...
Right after breakfast we walk over to the corner of Via Giuseppe Verdi and Avenida Allesandro Manzoni. Fortunately, whatever was wrong with the lights at La Scala is fixed and we are able to tour. We enter through a back door and go up several flights of stairs with walls hung with opera posters. The first room we enter is the foyer, a long hall with columns, crystal chandeliers and busts of composers and musicians. From there we move to a box ...